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My Vision For Iowa

October 25, 2014 We’re nearing the end of campaign season, and it can be difficult for a candidate’s message to cut through the noise. That’s why I’m sharing my ideas and vision for Iowa directly. more »»

Balancing Scales of Justice for whistleblowers

October 24, 2014 Pressure to go along to get along starts early in life. A student who tells the teacher about playground misbehaviors may face taunts as a tattletale. more »»

Iowa General Assembly spending data for 2014

October 15, 2014 This is the seventh year in which Public Interest Institute has updated the citizens of Iowa about Iowa Vote Tally. more »»

Even the shouting Is over – Now what?...We’re happy!

October 13, 2014 The month of May was filled with graduations, relatives visiting, parties attended, photos taken, and “shrines” to the graduates crafted by their doting mothers. I know, I am one. more »»

Keeping Iowa a great place for seniors

October 9, 2014 Did you know that Iowa is among America’s top ten Best Places to Retire? There are many good reasons for seniors to choose Iowa as their home. more »»

Opening up “public records”

September 25, 2014 As the number of exemptions to Iowa’s public records law has ballooned to 67, so, too, has the ability of public bodies to operate in secrecy. Take the case of a working group appointed by Go. more »»

What is ISIS?

September 23, 2014 Q: What is ISIS? A: A radical group of Islamic extremists operating from the Middle East, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS, ISIL or Islamic State), is escalating its terrorist insurgency... more »»

Iowa ranks high for fiscal responsibility

September 19, 2014 A perfect credit rating and strong budget make Iowa one of the best run states in the country. As your state senator, I am committed to keeping Iowa’s finances in good shape. more »»

Working families: The foundation of a strong Iowa economy

September 15, 2014 September kicks off with Labor Day, a time to celebrate the achievements of working families as the foundation of a strong economy. more »»

Demand for smoke-free housing grows

September 12, 2014 The demand as well as the supply for smoke-free rental properties appears to be growing in Iowa. more »»

Watch the bell

September 10, 2014 At least it will ring out a warning unless they peddle the clapper first. more »»

Q & A

September 6, 2014 Q: What is ALS? A: Some people may know the neurodegenerative disease by another name, Lou Gehrig’s disease. ALS stands for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. more »»

Dental care for many at University of Iowa

September 4, 2014 I have many fond memories of growing up in the Tama-Toledo area such as having spaghetti suppers at Big T with friends, running into people at Fareway who wanted to discuss the Trojan football... more »»

Key to IVCCD’s success is a workforce committed to our mission

September 2, 2014 Faculty have returned to our campuses, our admissions offices are working feverishly to register students, and all of the last minute details are in full swing as we launch another academic year at... more »»

The “Redskins”

August 30, 2014 “If I were the owner of the team and I knew there was a name of my team — even if it had a storied history — that was offending a sizable group of people, I’d think about changing it.” U.. more »»

Change

August 29, 2014 We are creatures of comfort and love predictability - change tends to make us uncomfortable. As my wife would say, she likes a “Calm Pond”- no waves and therefore no change. more »»

Newspapers are still here and still making money

August 22, 2014 For more than a decade, that has been a common and constant refrain. While working at washingtonpost. more »»

Almost all of us used to earn the minimum wage

August 6, 2014 Liberals decry the fact that the minimum wage hasn’t been raised since 2009, and talk about “income inequality” and “fairness. more »»

The technology that will stimulate journalism’s future is now here

July 30, 2014 To say technology has changed the newspaper media industry is understating the obvious. While much discussion focuses on how we read the news, technology is changing the way we report the news. more »»

The Decline of Civic Education and the Liberal Arts

July 25, 2014 Higher education faces many problems today, but one of the most serious problems is the decline in traditional liberal arts curriculum. more »»

 
 

 

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